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Rashid Khalidi - The Hundred Year War in Palestine The Balfour Declaration of 1917 launched what amounts to a hundred years of war against the Palestinians. This war had a unique nature – it was formally sanctioned and authorized by the great powers of the day at different times during this century, and via different fora, such as the League of Nations and the United Nations, but it was mainly waged by other actors. A much distorted and maligned feature of this long war has been the... Topics: Rashid Khalidi, The Hundred Year War in Palestine, History, The Balfour Declaration, British...
Five Years Five Countries Five Campaigns; An Account Of The One Hundred Forty First Infantry In World War II TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Ploughshares to Swords 9 Bloody Salerno 17 The Assault on San Pietro 25 Disaster at the River Rapido 35 The Fight for Monte Cassino Abbey 42 Velletri and the Fall of Rome 49 Amphibious Assault on the Riviera 54 Montelimar and the Pursuit North 63 Forging the Vosges 69 Riquewihr and the Colmar Pocket 81 Christmas Interlude 86 Winter in Northern Alsace 88 Haguenau-... Topics: WWII, World War, 1939-1945, United States. Army, World War II, World War, 1939-1945 -- Regimental...
The use of achievement tests for high-stakes decision making is discussed, and some comments are made about Ralph Tyler's contributions to educational assessment and what has resulted from them. The assessment war was raging more than 100 years ago, as historical records of testing student achievement demonstrate. Ralph Tyler, in the 1960s, did his best to bring about a truce in the assessment war by inventing the term "assessment" and suggesting that the focus be on the educational... Topics: ERIC Archive, Academic Achievement, Achievement Tests, Decision Making, Educational Assessment,...
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"This sketch of the relations between the United States and Great Britain during the century which has elapsed since the war of 1812 appeared first in the Òutlook...Two original articles, revised, corrected, and much enlarged."--Prefatory note
Introduction: Waiting for the dawn.--Memorable years of scarcity and war.--The romance of invasion.--The peasants' rising after Waterloo.--The romance of old country life.--The romance of reform.--The romance of the railway.--The romance of a telegram.--The romance of education.--Arcady these hundred years.--The romance of opportunity.--The and now; conclusion Topic: Great Britain -- History 19th century
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The Innocent Years Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Discusses the years 1901 to 1908 and such things as immigration, industrialization and the administration of Theodore Roosevelt. Topics: Manners and customs, Politics and government
LibriVox recording of Thirty Years A Slave, by Louis Hughes. Read by James K. White. Louis Hughes was born a slave near Charlottesville, Virginia to a white father and a black slave woman. Throughout his life he worked mostly as a house servant, but was privy to the intimate details and workings of the entire McGee cotton plantation and empire. In Thirty Years A Slave Hughes provides vivid descriptions and explicit accounts of how the McGee plantation in Mississippi, and the McGee mansion in... Topics: librivox, literature, audiobook, biography, history, memoirs Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Hollywood: The Golden Years Traces the growth of the motion picture industry from nickelodeon days to the advent of sound. Features such stars as Charles Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford, Rudolph Valentino, and Greta Garbo, and points out the important contributions of directors such as D.W. Griffith. Includes clips from the Mack Sennett comedies and from the films Flesh and the devil, Wings, and The Big parade. Ends with All Jolson in The Jazz singer, a film important in the beginning... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Educational Film, Film and video, United States (1900-1950), United States (1900-1950), Film and...
LibriVox recording of With Frederick The Great: A Story of the Seven Years' War , by G. A. Henty. Read by Gary Olman Among the great wars of history there are few, if any, instances of so long and successfully sustained a struggle, against enormous odds, as that of the Seven Years' War, maintained by Prussia--then a small and comparatively insignificant kingdom--against Russia, Austria, and France simultaneously, who were aided also by the forces of most of the minor principalities of Germany.... Topics: librivox, audiobook, historical fiction, war, adventure Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Part One - Amateur to Professional 1. Early Medical Services 2.Lady of the lamp 3.progress of reform 4.south african war 5. birth of QAIMNS Topics: Nursing, Nurse, Nurses, Military, Health, Service, Hospital, Medical
This book describes various aspects of the historical development of the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The first chapter, entitled "Origins," sketches the factors leading up to authorization of the BLS in June 1884. A chapter entitled "Carroll Wright: Setting the Course" discusses the views and contributions of the BLS's first commissioner. The next chapter covers the studies for economic and social reform that were undertaken during the administration of the bureau's... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: ERIC Archive, Agency Role, Background, Economic Change, Economic Climate, Employment Statistics,...
Host narrator, Eric Sevareid A documentary presentation on the events of and the attitudes towards the Spanish Civil War Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Civil War (Spain : 1936-1939), Diplomatic relations, Series: Between...
Host narrator, Eric Sevareid A documentary presentation on the events of and the attitudes towards the Spanish Civil War Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Examines the Spanish Civil War and points out that the inadequate response of the great democratic powers heightened the contempt of the Axis powers for the democratic world. Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Civil War (Spain : 1936-1939), Diplomatic relations, Series: Between...
Rose C. Engelman, Ph.D. The Historical Unit U. S. Army Medical Department and Robert J. T. Joy, M.D. Colonel, MC, USA Walter Reed Army Institute of Research The Historical Unit U. S. Army Medical Department Fort Detrick, Maryland 1975 FOREWORD For two hundred years, since its establishment by the Continental Congress on 27 July 1775, members of the Army Medical Department have been in the forefront among American Men of Medicine in the progress of the art and science of medicine around the... Topics: U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, surgery, parasitology, military medicine, history of medicine, Civil War,...
Fictionally enacts the carnage and destruction that would result from a thermonuclear war between the Soviet Union and England. Raises questions about the societal logic that permits the existence of thermonuclear weapons. Summary Enacts the carnage and destruction that would result from a thermonuclear war between the Soviet Union and England in a fictional sequence. Raises questions about the societal logic that permits the existence of thermonuclear weapons. Produced in 1966 in England. Topics: Educational Film, Social psychology, War (Political science), Technology and civilization
Reviews the events that led to Eisenhower's election in 1952, and notes the significant issues of his administration. From the Presidential Administrations series Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Presents an objective overview of significant events in the administration of./ia metat Dwight D Eisenhower. Provides opportunities for students to hear and see historic personages as they appeared in their responsible positions during that... Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969, Politics and... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
In The News: Thanks this morning to ChrisM, my MP3Angel, for supplying the news and commentary audio files. After the commentary Billy Barnstormer ( David Ossman , Firesign Theater ) has the 4th of July invocation. Give thanks and praise to our One Big Corporation. After that, Joe Grushecky & The Houserockers with a taste of what many of us see when we go out the door every day... American Babylon ( We've got everything we need. Drugs money sex and greed ). Courtesy of the respective... Topics: Travus T. Hipp, Cabale News Service, KPIG, Politics, News, Alternative News, U.S. Foreign Policy,... Source: KPIG Radio Freedom California
An epic poem about the tragic Roman civil war between Julius Caesar and Pompeius (Pompey), which also figuratively chronicles Lucan's own realization that his good friend, patron, and new emperor, Nero, has become a danger to his people. The poem ends prematurely, because Lucan was executed for plotting to overthrow Nero. Immensely influential to Western civilization and a true classic, though sadly forgotten over the last hundred years (when folks should have read it). Translated by Sir Edward... Topics: Audiobook - Poetry, History Source: Pharsalia by Lucan, tr. by Sir Edward Ridley, 1896.
Book from Project Gutenberg: Little Wars; a game for boys from twelve years of age to one hundred and fifty and for that more intelligent sort of girl who likes boys' games and books. Library of Congress Classification: U Topic: War games Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/3691
CINDY SHEEHAN'S SOAPBOX AUGUST 6, 2015 GUEST: CINDY SHEEHAN Today is the 10th anniversary of when we first marched down Prairie Chapel Road in Crawford TX so I could demand a meeting with then US president George Bush to ask him "What Noble Cause" murdered my son and hundred of thousands of others. Of course, George Bush didn't meet with me, so we sat in the ditch on Prairie Chapel Road (where we found shade) and set up what became known as Camp Casey (named after... Topics: CINDY SHEEHAN, CINDY SHEEHAN'S SOAPBOX, CAMP CASEY, CASEY SHEEHAN, JON GOLD, BUSH, CHENEY, IRAQ,...
A hundred years has passed since humanity's first battle with the Covenant. Now there is a new enemy that can neither defeat nor be defeated by the UNSC. Result? Stalemate. Pilot chapter to see if there's any interest. Rated M for strong language.
In The News: H/t to ChrisM my MP3Angel for the news and commentary audio files. [ After the commentary Promoe and the Looptroop Rockers want to remind you It's Not A War It's A " KKKampaign " ( if freedom can be bought it's a brand name ). Courtesy of the respective artists. If you need lyrics click the song link. ] » T en years ago today U.S. and British forces moved on the Taliban government of Afghanistan because they were "... not protecting the security of the Afghan... Topics: Travus T. Hipp, Cabale News Service, KPIG, Politics, News, Alternative News, U.S. Foreign Policy,... Source: KPIG Radio Freedom California